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CLASS B MISDEMEANOR MANUAL 



1996 SECOND EDITION 




North Carolina Criminal Justice Education 
and Training Standards Commission 



John Glenn 
Chairman 



David Cashwell 
Director 



CLASS B MISDEMEANOR MANUAL 



1996 SECOND EDITION 




North Carolina Criminal Justice Education 
and Training Standards Commission 



John Glenn 
Chairman 



David Cashwell 
Director 



LAW LIBRAPV * 



INTRODUCTION 

During the 1993 Session of the General Assembly, our legislature enacted new sentencing laws 
which changed now offenders are sentenced in North Carolina. Tne new laws, primarily based on 
concepts developed by the North Carolina Sentencing and Policy Advisory Commission, created a 
system of structured sentencing in North Carolina designed to he implemented with a comprehensive 
community corrections plan. The new laws, which reclassified misdemeanors and certain felonies, 
replaced the Fair Sentencing Act and apply to crimes committed on or after October 1, 1994. 

Since this new manner of sentencing directly impacted upon the Commission's definitions of "Class 
A" and "Class B" misdemeanors, modifications to our definitions were needed. Previously the 
misdemeanor definitions were based upon the punishment level which the offender could have 
received. Class A misdemeanors were those for which the maximum punishment is less then six 
months, while Class B misdemeanors encompass those offenses with terms of imprisonment of more 
than six months but not more than two years. 

To ensure equitable treatment of criminal justice officer applicants and certified officers, the 
Commission selected a method of evaluating misdemeanor criminal offenses which did not entail 
review of the punishment levels of each North Carolina offense alone. In essence, the Commission 
will look at the status of an offense rather than only the maximum possible punishment which could 
have been imposed. Under the Commission's current rules, those offenses classified as "Class B" 
misdemeanors will be listed in a manual to be published by the North Carolina Department of Justice 
and incorporated by reference in its rules. With the exception of most motor vehicle offenses, any 
misdemeanor not designated as a Class B in this manual will be deemed to be a "Class A" offense. 

Several sub-committees of the Commission reviewed each misdemeanor under North Carolina law 
to determine which misdemeanors should be included. These committees, and subsequently the 
Commission, adopted a general philosophy to guide them in this selection process. Basically, if a 
misdemeanor was a general misdemeanor under the old law (maximum punishment of two years) and 
it was subsequently reclassified as a Class 1 or Class Al misdemeanor under Structured Sentencing, 
then it was included as a Class B misdemeanor. Generally, if the legislature decreased the severity 
of a particular misdemeanor by lowering it from a general misdemeanor to a Class 2 or 3 
misdemeanor, then that misdemeanor was designated as a Class A. This guideline will ensure 
consistent treatment of current criminal justice officers and future applicants. However, offenses 
involving violence, intimidation, or fraud are generally included on the Class B list, since the 
Commission deems these offenses incompatible with the purpose and responsibilities of the justice 
profession. In essence, based upon its experience and expertise, the Commission included certain 
offenses which had not previously been classified as Class B's, and downgraded other offenses which 
the Commission had determined did not rise to the level of a Class B based upon the above criteria. 

In conclusion, those misdemeanors specified as Class B misdemeanors are offenses which the 
Commission views as the most serious and incompatible with membership in the criminal justice 
officer profession. Those misdemeanors classified as Class A misdemeanors are offenses which, while 
serious and would be considered by the Commission, do not rise to the level of Class B 
Misdemeanors. 



MISDEMEANOR DEFINITION 



"Misdemeanor" means tkose criminal offenses not classified under tke laws, statutes, or ordinances as felonies. 
Misdemeanor offenses are classified by the Commission as follows: 

(a) "Class A Misdemeanor" means an act committed or omitted in violation of any common law, 

duly enacted ordinance, or criminal statute of this state which is not classified as a Class B 
Misdemeanor pursuant to subsection 21(b) of tkis rule. Class A Misdemeanor also includes any 
act committed or omitted in violation of any common law, duly enacted ordinance, criminal 
statute, or criminal traffic code of any jurisdiction other than North Carolina, either civil or 
military, for wkick the maximum punishment allowable for the designated offense under the 
laws, statutes, or ordinances of tne jurisdiction in which the offense occurred includes 
imprisonment for a term of not more than six (6) months. Specifically excluded from this 
grouping of "Class A Misdemeanor" criminal offenses for jurisdictions other than North 
Carolina, are motor vehicle or traffic offenses designated as misdemeanors under tne laws of 
otker jurisdictions, or duly enacted ordinances of an authorized governmental entity with the 
exception of tke offense of impaired driving wkick is expressly included herein as a Class A 
Misdemeanor, if tke offender could kave been sentenced for a term of not more tkan six (6) 
montks. Also specifically included kerein as a Class A Misdemeanor is tke offense of impaired 
driving, if tke offender was sentenced under punishment level tkree [G.S. 20-179(1)], level iour 
[G.S. 20-179(j)], or level five [G.S. 20-179(k)]. Class A Misdemeanor skall also include acts 
committed or omitted in Nortk Carolina prior to October 1, 1994 in violation of any common 
law, duly enacted ordinance or criminal statute, of tkis state for wkick tke maximum 
puniskment allowable for tbe designated offense included imprisonment for a term of not more 
tkan six months; 

(b) "Class B Misdemeanor" means an act committed or omitted in violation of any common law, 

criminal statute, or criminal traffic code of tkis state wkick is classified as a Class B 
Misdemeanor as set fortk in tke Class B Misdemeanor manual as pubhshed by tke North 
Carokna Department of Justice and skall automatically include any later amendments and 
editions of tke incorporated material as provided by G.S. 150B-21.6. Class B Misdemeanor 
also includes any act committed or omitted in violation of any common law, duly enacted 
ordinance, criminal statute, or criminal traffic code of any jurisdiction otker tkan North 
Carolina, eitker civil or miktary, for wkick tke maximum puniskment allowable for the 
designated offense under tke laws, statutes, or ordinances of tke jurisdiction in wkick the 
offense occurred includes imprisonment for a term of more than six (6) months but not more 
tkan two (2) years. Specifically excluded from tkis grouping of "Class B Misdemeanor" criminal 
offenses for jurisdictions otker tkan Nortk Carolina, are motor vekicles or traffic offenses 
designated as being misdemeanors under tke laws of otker jurisdictions with the iollowing 
exceptions: Class B Misdemeanor does expressly include, eitker first or subsequent offenses of 
driving wkile impaired if tke maximum allowable puniskment is for a term of more tkan six (6) 
montks but not more tkan two (2) years, and driving wkile kcense permanently revoked or 
permanently suspended. "Class B Misdemeanor" skall also include acts committed or omitted 
in Nortk Carolina prior to October 1, 1994 in violation of any common law, duly enacted 
ordinance, criminal statute, or criminal traffic code of tkis state for wkick tke maximum 
puniskment allowable for tke designated offense included imprisonment for a term of more than 
six (6) montks but not more tkan two (2) years. 



INSTRUCTIONS 

This manual sets out each misdemeanor offense designated by the Commission to be a Class B 
Misdemeanor, along with its corresponding General Statute citation. The first column will 
indicate where in the General Statutes the substantive orrense is located. If the punishment for 
this offense is located in a separate statute, this citation will appear in parenthesis adjacent to the 
title of the offense. The final column, entitled Misdemeanor Class, will indicate the offense level 
under the Structured Sentencing Act. When an article of a particular chapter is designated as 
the substantive offense, then any criminal violation 01 a section in that article is included as a 
Class B. 



As always, even though an officer or applicant is not found guilty of an offense, the 
Commission retains the authority to investigate ana proceed on the "commission of 
offense". 



NORTH CAROLINA 
CLASS B MISDEMEANORS 

1996 Revised Edition 



STATUTE 

1-324.2-1-324.4 
1-531 
1-596 
CH7AArt. 48 

10A-12(a) 

10A-12(d) 

14-10 

CH 14 Art. 4 

CH 14 Art. 4A 

14-15 

14-16 

14-32. 1(f) 

14-33(b) 

14-33(c) 

14-34 

14-34.3 

14-34.6(a) 

14-35 

14-36 

14-43.2 

14-46 

14-54 

14-56.1 

14-56.2 

14-56.3 

14-68 

14-69 

14-69.1 

14-69.1 

14-69.2 
14-69.2 

14-72 

14-72.1 

14-72.2 

14-76 

14-76.1 



SHORT TITLE 

Failure to give info about corp. (1-324.5) 

Refusal to surrender official papers 

Charges for legal advertising 

Non-testimonial identification procedures (7A-602) 

Notarial acts 

Notarial acts 

Secret political & military organizations 

Punishment for subversive activities (14-12) 

Prohibited secret societies & activities (14-12.15) 

Issuing substitutes for money w/o authority 

Receive or passing unauthorized substitutes for money 

Assault on handicapped persons 

Assault, battery against sports official 

Assault, battery with circumstances 

Assault by pointing a gun 

Teflon-coated bullets (14-34. 3(c)) 

Assault on Emergency Personnel 

Hazing 

Expulsion from school; faculty/admin.; hazing 

Involuntary servitude (14-43-2(d)) 

Aiding, counseling, or abetting concealing birth of child 

B or E into buildings generally (14-54(b)) 

B or E into coin/currency operated machines (1st offense) 

Damaging/destroying coin/currency machines 

B or E into currency paper machines (1st offense) 

Failure of owner to comply w/orders of public authorities 

Failure of LEO to investigate incendiary fire 

Making false rpt. re: destructive device (14-69- 1(a)) 

Making false rpt. re: destructive device 

at hospital facility (14-69-l(b); 1st offense) 

Hoax by use of false bomb or other device (14-69-2(a)) 

Hoax by use of false bomb or other device at hospital facilities 

(1st offense 14-69.2(1))) 
Larceny of prop. /rec'g. stolen goods etc.; < $1000 (14-72(a)) 
Concealment of merchandise (14-72- 1(e); 3rd offense) 
Unauthorized use of motor-propelled conveyance (14-72.2(b)) 
Larceny, mutilation, or destruction of public records/papers 
Mutilation/defacement of public records in state archives 



Misd. 

Clas s 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

3 
3 

1 

1 

Al 
Al 

1 
Al 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

3 

3 

1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Revised I 0/B6 



Misd. 

STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

14-77 Larceny/concealment/destruction of wills 1 

14-106 Obtaining prop, in return for worthless check 2 

14-107 Worthless check; < $100 (4th or subsequent; 14-107(1)) 1 

14-107 Worthless check; > $100 (4th or subsequent 14-107(2)) 1 

14-107 Worthless check; non-existent acct. (14-107(3)) 1 

14-107 Worthless check; closed acct. (14-107(4)) 1 

14-112 Obtaining merchandise on approval 2 

14-113 Obtaining money by false rep. of physical defect 2 

CH 14 Art. 19A False/fraudulent use of credit device (14-113.6) 2 

CH 14 Art. 19B Financial transaction card crime (14-1 13. 17(a)) 2 

14-1 14(a) Fraudulent disposal of prop. /security interest 2 

14-115 Secreting property to hinder lien 2 

14-116 Fraudulent entry of horses at fairs 2 

14-117 Fraudulent and deceptive advertising 2 

14-118 . Blackmailing 1 

14-118.1 Simulation of court process 2 

14-118.2 Obtaining academic credit by fraudulent means (14-1 18.2(b)) 2 

14-122-1 Falsifying documents issued by a school (14-122. 1(c)) 

14-127 Willful and wanton injury to real property 

14-130 Trespass on public lands 

14-132.2 Damaging a public school bus (14-132. 2(a)) 

14-135 Cutting, injuring, or removing another's timber 

14-136 Setting fire to grass & brushlands & woodlands (2nd offense) 

14-137 Willfully or negligently setting fire to woods and fields 

14-141 Burning or otherwise destroying crops in the field; <. $2,000 

14-146 Injuring bridges 

14-147 Removing, altering or defacing landmarks 

14-148 Defacing or desecrating grave sites (14-148(c)) 

14-151 Interfering w/gas, electric, & steam appliances 

14-151.1 Interfering w/electric, gas, or water meters (14-151. 1(c)) 

14-153 Tampering with engines and boilers 

14-154 Injuring wires and other fixtures of utilities 

14-156 Injuring fixtures and other property of electric-power companies 

14-159-2 Interference with animal research (14-159-2(b)) 

14-160 Willful and wanton injury to personal property > $200.00 (14-l60(b)) 

14-160.1 Alteration/destruction/removal of 

identification marks (14-160. 1(c)) 

14-168.1 Conversion by bailee, lessee, tenant or attorney-in-fact 

CH 14 Art. 24 Vehicles/draft animals; protection of bailor; violations (14-169) 

14-179 Incest between uncle and niece and nephew and aunt 

14-190.4 Coercing acceptance of obscene articles 

14-190.5 Preparation of obscene photographs 



Revised I 0/96 



Misd. 

STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

14-190.14 Displaying material harmful to minors (14-190. 14(b)) 2 

14-190.15 Disseminating harmful material to minors (14-190. 15(d)) 1 

14-196 Profane, indecent or threatening language over telephone; annoying 

or harassing hy repeated telephoning (14-196(c)) 2 

14-202 Secretly peeping into room occupied by female 

14-202.2 Indecent liberties between children 

14-204 Prostitution (14-207; 14-208) 

14-204. 1 Loitering for prostitution (14-204. 1 (t)) 

14-222 Refusal of witness to appear or to testify in investigations of lynchings 

14-223 Resisting officers 

14-225 False, etc., reports to law enforcement agencies or officers 

14-225.1 Picketing or parading 

14-230 Willfully failing to discharge duties 

14-231 Failing to make reports and discharge other duties 

14-232 Swearing falsely to official records 

14-234 Director of public trust contracting for his own benefit (14-234(e)) 

14-234.1 Misuse of confidential information (14-234. 1(h)) 

14-236 Agent for those furnishing supplies for institutions 

14-237 Buying school supplies from interested officer 

14-239 Allowing prisoners to escape punishment 

14-241 Disposing of public documents or refusing to deliver them 

14-242 Failing to return process or making false return 

14-243 Failing to surrender tax list for inspection and correction 

14-244 Failing to file report of fines or penalties 

14-246 Ex-magistrate to turn over hooks, papers and money 

14-255 Escape of working prisoners from custody 

14-256 Prison breach and escape 

14-258. 1(b) Furnishing certain contraband to inmates 

14-259 Harboring or aiding certain persons 

CH 14 Art. 34 Persuading inmates to escape; harboring fugitives (14-268) 

14-269-2 Weapons on campus or other educational 

property (14-269-2(4 (e) & (f)) 

14-269-3(a) Weapons where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed 

14-269-4 Weapons on state property and in courthouses 

14-269-6 Possession and sale of spring-loaded 

projectile knives prohibited(14-269-6(b)) 

14-277 Impersonation of a law-enforcement or other 

public officer verbally, by displaying a badge or insignia, or ■ 

by operating a red light (14-277frr) (dl}& (e)) 

14-277. 2(a) Weapons at parades, etc., prohibited 

14-277.3 Stalking when court order is in effect (14-277.3(b)) 

14-277.4(a)or(b) Obstruction of health care facility (2nd offense 



Revised I 0/96 



Misd. 

STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

w/n 3 years of 1st) 1 

14-278 Unlawrul injur)' to property of railroads(14-279) 2 

14-279-1 Unlawrul impairment of operation of railroads 2 

14-283 Exploding dynamite cartridges and bombs 1 

14-284 Keeping for sale or selling explosives without a license 1 

14-286.2 Interfering with emergency communication; serious 

property or bodily injury as result (14-286. 2(a)(1) 1 

14-288 Unlawrul to pollute any bottles used for beverages 3 

CH 14 Art. 36A Riot (14-288.2(b)) 1 

CH 14 Art. 36A Inciting to riot (14-288.2(d)) 1 

CH 14 Art. 36A Looting; trespassing during emergency (14-288. 6(a)) 1 

CH 14 Art. 36A Transporting weapon or substance during emergency (14-288. 7(c)) 1 

CH 14 Art. 36A Assault on emergency personnel; punishments (14-288. 9(c)) 1 

14-289 Advertising lotteries 2 

14-291 Selling lottery tickets and acting as agent for lotteries 2 

14-291.1 Selling "numbers" tickets 2 

14-291 -2(a) Pyramid and chain schemes 2 

14-292 Gambling 2 

14-293 Allowing gambling in houses of public entertainment 2 

14-294 Gambling with faro banks and tables 2 

14-295 Keeping gaming devices 2 

14-297 Allowing gaming devices 2 

14-300 Destruction of gaming devices 2 

14-301-14-302 Slot machines, vending machines and other gambling devices (14-303) 2 

14-304-14-308 Manufacture and sale of slot machines and gaming devices (14-309) 2 

14-309-5(b) Bingo 2 

14-309- 1 1 Accounting and use of proceeds (14-309- 1 1 (c)) 2 

14-309.14(1) Beach bingo 2 

14-309. 15(a) Raffles 2 

14-315(a) Selling or giving weapons to minors 

14-315.1 Storage of firearms to protect minors 

14-316.1 Contributing to delinquency 

14-318 Exposing children to fire 

14-318.1 Discarding or abandoning iceboxes 

14-318.2 Child abuse 

14-322 Abandonment and failure to support spouse and 

children (2nd offense; 14-322(b)&(f)) 

14-326.1 Parents; failure to support (2nd offense) 

14-329(c) Poisonous alcoholic beverages; other than personal use 

14-329(d) Poisonous alcoholic beverages; illicit; for use as a beverage 

14-342 Selling or offering to sell meat of diseased animals 

14-360 Cruelty to animals 



Revised I 0/96 



STATUTE 

14-361 

14-362.1 

14-362.1 

14-363 

14-370 

14-371 

14-372 

14-391 

14-394 

14-398 

14-401 

14-401.1 

14-401.4 

14-401.8 

14-401.12 

14-401.14 

14-437 

14-454(1) 

14-455 
14-456 
15A-261 
15A-266.il 

15A-287 

15B-7(b) 

16-4 

16-5 

17-25 

17-27 

17-28 

17D-4 

18B-102 

18B-107(b) 

18B-109 

18B-111 

18B-300(b) 

18B-301 (f)(1)(a) 

18B-301(f)(l)(b) 

18B-301 (f)(1)(c) 



SHORT TITLE 



Misd. 
Class 



Instigating or promoting cruelty to animals 1 

Animal fights, other than cock fights, ana animal baiting (14-362. 1(a)) 2 

Animal fights, other than cock rights, ana animal baiting; own, 

possess or train an animal for (14-362-1 (b)) 2 

Conveying animals in a cruel manner 1 

Obtaining/divulging knowledge of telephonic messages 2 

Violating privacy of telegraphic messages 2 

Unauthorized opening of letters and telegrams 2 

Usurious loans on household property/assignment of wages 

Anonymous or threatening letters, mailing or transmitting 

Theft or destruction of public library property 

Putting poisonous food in public places 

Misdemeanor to tamper with examination questions 

Identifying marks on machines and apparatus (14-401. 4(d)) 

Party telephone line in emergency 

Soliciting charitable contributions by telephone 

Ethnic intimidation; teaching any technique 

to be used for (14-401. 14(a) and (b)) 

Records, tapes and other recorded devices; 

>100 but < 1,000 recordings; (14-437(a)(2)) 

Accessing computers 

Damaging computers and related materials 

Denial of computers services to an authorized user 

Pen registers; trap and trace devices (15A-26l(c)) 

Unauthorized use of DNA databank; wilful 

disclosure (15A-266.il (a) and (b)) 

Interception and disclosure of wire etc. communications 

Filing false or fraudulent application for compensation award 

Entering into or aiding contract for "futures" misdemeanor 

Opening office for sales of 'futures' misdemeanor 

Recommittal after discharge penalty 

Penalty for false return to a writ of habeas corpus 

Penalty for concealing party entitled to writ 

Powers of Justice Academy; violations (l7D-4(f)) 

Manufacture, sale, etc, forbidden except as authorized (18B-102(b)) 

Sale in air carrier passenger rooms (18B-102(b)) 

Shipment into State (18B-102(b)) 

Possession of non-taxpaid alcohol (18B-102(b) 

Consumption off-premises (18B-102(b)) 

Consumption at ABC store (18B-102(b) 

Consumption on property used by local board (18B-102(b)) 

Consumption on street or sidewalk (18B- 102(b)) 



Revised I 0/06 



STATUTE 



SHORT TITLE 



Misd. 
Class 



18B-301 (f)(2) 
18B-301 (f)(3) 
18B-301 (f)(4) 
18B-301(f)(5) 
18B-30 1(f)(6) 
18B-301 (f)(7) 
18B-302(a)(l) 

18B-302(a)(2) 

18B-302(b)(2) 

18B-302(c)(2) 

18B-302(e) 

18B-302(f) 

18B-303(L) 

18B-304(a) 

18B-305(a) 

18B-305(L) 

18B-307(a)(l) 

18B-307(a)(2) 

18B-307(b) 

18B-308 

18B-400 

18B-401(b) 
18B-402 
18B-403(a)(l) 
18B-403(a)(2) 

18B-403(a)(3) 

18B-403(e) 

18B-406 

18B-802(a) 

18B-802(b) 

18B-902(c) 

18B-1004(a) 



18B-1004(c) 



Public display at athletic contest (18B-102(b)) 
Possession/consumption on unauthorized premises (18B- 102(d) 
Possession/consumption after prohibited (18B-102(h)) 
Possession fortified wine/spirituous liquor (18B-102(b)) 
Possession ty permittee (18B-102(b)) 
Possession/consumption on school property (18B-102(b)) 
Sale of malt Leverages or unfortified wine <21 yr. 

old (18B-102(h)) 
Sale of fortified wine, spirituous liquor or mixed 
beverages <21 yr. old (18-102(b)) 
Purchase or possession of fortified wine, spirituous 
liquor or mixed beverages to < 21 yr. old (18B-102(b)) 
Aiding and abetting by person over lawful age (18B-302(c)(2)) 
Fraudulent use of identification (18B-102(b)) 
Allowing use of identification (18B-102(b)) 
Purchase in excess of authorized amount (18B-102(b)) 
Sale or possession for sale without permit (18B-102(b)) 
Sale to intoxicated person (18B-102(b)) 

Purchase for someone refused the right to purchase (18B-102(b)) 
Selling/possessing unauthorized manufacturing equipment (18B-102(b)) 
Allowing property to be used by another for manufacture (18B-102(b)) 
Manufacture without permit and licenses (1st offense) (18B-102(b)) 
Sale and consumption at bingo games (18B-102(b)) 
Transportation of unfortified wine, fortified wine 

or spirituous liquor without permit (18B-102(b)) 
Transporting in for-hire vehicle >8 liters (18B-102(b)) 
Bringing >4 liters into State (18B-102(b)) 

Transporting >100 liters unfortified wine with permit (18B-102(b)) 
Transporting >40 liters fortified wine/spirituous 
liquor with permit (18B-102(b)) 

Transporting more fortified wine/spirituous liquor than 
allowed by permit (18B-102(b)) 
Failure to display permit (18B-102(b)) 
Transporting unauthorized amounts (18B-102(b)) 
Operating ABC store between 9 PM and 9 AM (18B-102(b)) 
Operating ABC store on Sundays (18B-102(b)) 
False statements in application for ABC permit (18B-102(b)) 
Selling alcoholic beverages between 2 AM and 7 AM; 
Consuming alcoholic beverages between 2:30 AM and 7 AM 
on licensed premises (18B-102(b)) 

Selling or consuming alcoholic beverages before Sunday 
noon (18B-102(b)) 



Revised I 0/S6 



STATUTE 

18B-1005(a) 

18B-1005(b) 
18B-1006(d) 

18B-1006(e) 
18B-1006(f) 

18B-1007(b)(l) 

18B-1007(b)(2) 
18B-1007(b)(3) 
18B-1007(b)(4) 

18B-lll6(a)(l) 

18B-1 116(a)(2) 
18B-1 116(a)(3) 
18B-1303 

18B-1304 
CH 19AArt. 2 
19A-48 
20-37.8 

20-102.1 

20-111(5) 

20-130.1 

20-137.2 

20-138.1 

20-138.2 

20-141(j) 

20-141. 3(a)&(c) 

20-166(b) 

20-166(c) 

20-l66(cl) 

23-9 

23-12 

23-46 

24-12-24-16 

34-13 

42-11 



SHORT TITLE 

Allowing prohibited conduct on licensed premises 

(19B-102(t)) 

Failure to provide supervision (18B-102(b)) 
Possession or consumption or unauthorized fortified wine 
or spirituous liquor on licensed premises (18B-102(b)) 
Producing or possessing facsimile permit (18B-102(b)) 
Failure to surrender permit (18B-102(b)) 
Storing spirituous liquor with other 

liquor for resale (18B-102(b)) 
Refilling spirituous liquor containers (18B- 102(h)) 
Transferring mixed heverages tax stamp (18B-102(h)) 
Possessing spirituous liquor without stamp (18B-102(b)) 
Requiring retailer to purchase to the exclusion of 
other vendors (18B-102(h)) 

Financial interest in retailer's business (18B-102(b)) 
Lending or giving money, services, etc. to retailer (18B-102(b)) 
Providing malt beverages to wholesaler without 
notification from supplier (18B-102(b)) 
Coercion of wholesalers (18B-102(b)) 
Protection of black bears (19A-13) 

Interfere with animal cruelty officer investigator (19A-48) 
Fraudulent use of a fictitious name for a 
special identification card (20-37. 8(b)) 
False report of theft or conversion of a motor vehicle 
Fictitious name or address in application for registration 
Use of red or blue lights on vehicles prohibited (20- 130. 1(e)) 
Operation of vehicles resembling law-enforcement vehicles (20-137. 2(b)) 
Driving while impaired (punishment level 1; 

20-179(g) or 2 (20-179(h)) 

Impaired driving in commercial vehicle (20-138. 2(e)) 

At least 15 mph over a 55 mph speed limit while trying to elude arrest 

or over 80 while trying to elude arrest 

Unlawful racing on streets and highways 

Duty to stop in event of accident or collision 

Duty to stop in event of accident or collision 

Duty to stop in event of accident or collision 

Creditors to file verified claims with clerk 

Trustee violating duties guilty of misdemeanor 

Soliciting claims of creditors (23-47) 

Second mortgages (24-17) 

Investment of funds 

Willful destruction by tenant 



Misd. 
Class 



2 
2 



Revised I 0/96 



Misd. 

STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

42-13 Wrongful surrender to other than landlord 

42-22 Unlawful seizure by landlord or removal by tenant 

42-22.1 Tenant to account for sales of tobacco 

44A-24 False statement/statutory liens 

44A-32 Payment and performance bonds required 

47-112 Forgery or alteration of discharge or certificate 

48-3 What minor children may be adopted (48-3(b)) 

48 -25(b) Record and information not to be made public 

48-37 Compensation for placing of child 

48-38 Advertisements soliciting children for adoption 

49-2 Nonsupport of illegitimate child by parents 

51-7 Solemnizing without license 

53-63 Unlawful issuing of certificate of deposit 

53-86 Bank officials accepting fees 

53-125 Bank examiners disclosing confidential information 

53-126 Loans or gratuities forbidden 

53-128 Willfully and maliciously making derogatory reports 

CH 53 Art. 10 Banking offenses (53-134) 

CH 53 Art. 15 Consumer finance act (53- 166(c)) 

CH 53 Art. 17 Sale of checks act (53-208) 

54-109-5 Use of name "credit union" exclusive 

54-109-105 Credit union information deemed confidential (54-109- 105(f)) 

54B-56 Examinations by savings and loan 

administrator (54B-56(c)&(d)) 

CH 54B Art. 4 Savings and loan association offenses (54B-66) 

54B-78 Savings and loan associations; prohibited practices 

54C-54 Examinations by savings bank administrators (54C-54(c)&(d)) 

54C-64 Defamation and false/misleading advertising/banks 

CH 54C Art. 5 Savings bank offenses (54C-79) 

55A-1 -29(a) Signing false document; business corp. act (55-1 -29(b)) 

55A-1 -32(b) Corporations, officers/answer interrogatories 

57C-1 -29(a) Signing false documents; limited Lability company act (57C-1 -29(b)) 

57C-l-32(b) Limited liability company, officers/answer interrogatories 

58-l-35(j) Service agreements 

58-2-200 Books and papers required to be exhibited 

58-3-85 Corporation maintaining office in state to secure license 

58-3-130 Agent, etc., violating insurance law 

58-21-105(a) Surplus lines licensee 

58-24-180(a) False statement in application for membership 

in fraternal benefit society 

58-30-12(b) Duty to report insurer impairment 

58-33-95 Agents personally liable; representing unlicensed company 



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Misd. 

STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

58-33-100 Payment of premium to agent valid; obtaining by fraud 

58-33-105 False statement in applications tor insurance 

58-33-115 Adjuster acting for unauthorized company 

58-33-120 Acting without a license or violating insurance law 

58-35-30(b) Refusing to exhibit records; making false statements 

CH 58 Art. 35 Insurance premium financing penalties (58-35-90) 

58-39-115 Obtaining information under false pretenses 

CH 58 Art. 64 Continuing care facilities; penalties (58-64-75) 

CH 58 Art. 67 Health maintenance organizations; 

penalties (58-67-1 65(b)) 

CH 58 Art. 69 Motor clubs and associations; penalties (58-69-35) 

58-70-1 Permit from commissioner of insurance; collection agency 

CH 58 Art. 71 Bail bondsmen and runners; penalties (58-71-185) 

58-81-5 Careless or negligent setting of fires 

58-82-1 Willful interference with firemen 

62-144 Free transportation (62-144(c)) 

62-150 Ticket may he refused intoxicated person; prohibited entry 

62-224 Obstructing highways; defective crossings; 

notice; failure to repair after notice (62 -224(c)) 

62-318 Allowing or accepting rebates 

62-322 Unauthorized manufacture or sale of switch-lock keys 

62-323 Willful injury to property of public utility 

62-325(b) Unlawful motor carrier operations; false report of charges 

62-326 Furnishing false information to/ withholding 

information from utilities commission 

62A-12 Misuse of 911 system 
63-18 Dangerous flying 

63-26 Tampering with aircraft 

63-27 Operation of aircraft while impaired (63-27(e)) 

63-37.1 Obstruction of airport 

65-57 Licenses for cemetery sales organizations (65-57(h)) 

Ch 65 Art. 9 Cemetery act; penalties (65-71 (a)) 

65-72 Burial without regard to race or color (65-72(b)) 

66-4 Falsely acting as inspector of lumber 

66-10(a) Junk dealers to keep record of purchases 

66-11 Dealing in certain metals (66-1 1(f)) 

CH 66 Art. 4A Safety features of hot water heaters (66-27.3) 

CH 66 Art. 1 1 Umstead act (66-58 (e)) 

66-66 Antifreeze with inorganic salts or petroleum distillates 

CH 66 Art. 16 Unfair trade practices in diamond industry 

CH 66 Art. 17 Advertising or conducting closing-out sale (66-81) 

CH 66 Art. 18 Labeling of household cleaners (66-86) 



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STATUTE 

66-97 

66-108 

66-109 

66-145(a)or(b) 

66-167 
66-257(a) 

66-257(c) 



67-4.3 

70-4 

70-29 

72-37 

72-38 

72-43 

CH 72 Art. 4 

CH 72 Art. 6 

73-4 

74-30 

CH74C 

CH74D 

75-28 

75A-5(e) 

75A-5(1) 

75A-5.1 

75A-10(a),(b),(bl) 

75A-10(d) 

75A-47 

75A-48 

75D-6 

76-40 (a 1) 

76A-16 

76A-46 

77-7 

77-12 

80-20 

80-40 

80^1 

80-42 

80-43 



SHORT TITLE 

Seller of business opportunity to rile w/secretary or state (66-97(e)) 

Bona or trust account required (66-108(b)) 

Loan broker's ads riled with secretary of state (66-109(b)) 

Rental referral agency; bond or trust account (66-145(d)) 

Perjury/obtaining permit/precious metal business 

Failure to keep record of new merchandise and failure to produce 

record or an affidavit 

failure to obtain permission of property owner; failure to produce retail 

sales tax license; failure to provide name; address, identification upon 

request; knowingly giving false information when registering. 

Attacks by dangerous dogs 

Destruction or sale of relic from public lands 

Discovery of unmarked human burial & skeletal remains 

(70-40(a)) 

False registration and use for immoral purposes 

Innkeeper knowingly permitting immorality 

Operation without license made misdemeanor 

Tourists camps, roadhouses & public dance nails (72-44) 

Advertisements by motor camps, tourist camps, etc. (72-51) 

Keeping false toll dishes 

Obstructing mining; drains 

Private protective services (74C-l7(b)) 

Alarm systems (74D-ll(b)) 

Unauthorized disclosure of tax information 
Wildlife licenses; fees 
Wildlife licenses; termination 

Commercial fishing boats; renewal of number (75A-5.1(d)) 

Reckless/intoxicated operation (75 A- 18(b)) 

Littering (75A-18(d)(l)) 

Surrender of certificate req'd when security interest paid 

Levy of execution, etc. 

RICO act 

Navigable waters; certain practices regulated; medical wastes 

Compulsory use of pilots 

Compulsory use of pilots on Morehead City harbor 

Failure of owner of dam to keep gates, etc. 

Obstructing passage of boats 

Fraudulent use of timber trademark 

Marking gold articles 

Marking silver articles 

Marking articles of gold plate 

Marking articles of silver plate 



Misd. 
Class 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 



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STATUTE 

80-44 

CH81A 

84-4-84-7 

84-9 

84-38 

85B-4(a) 

87-42 

89A-8(a) 

90-18 

CH 90,Art. 1A, 

Part 2 

90-27 

90-29.2(d) 

90-40 

90-85.40(h) 

90-95(d)(2) 

90-95(d)(3) 

90-95(d)(4) 

90-95(e)(4) 

90-95(e)(7) 

90-108 

CH 90 Art. 5A 

90-113.22 

90-113.23 

90-113.43 

90-117.4 

90-118.11 

90-136 

90-147 

CH 90 Art. 9A 

90-187.6(f) 

90-187.6(g) 

CH 90 Art. 12 

90-202.3 

90-210.43(g) 

CH90,Art.l3D 

90-220.12 

CH90Art. 16 

90-251 

90-252 

90-270.35 

CH 90 Art. 18D 



SHORT TITLE 

Stamping of gold and silver articles 

Weights and measures act of 1975 (2nd offense; 81A-29) 

Qualifications of attorney; clinics of law schools excepted (84-8) 

Attorney must appear for creditor in insolvency (84-10) 

Solicitation of retainer or contract for legal services 

Auctioneer licenses (85B-9(a)) 

Powers of board of examiners of electrical contractors 

Registration of landscape architects 

Practicing medicine without license 

Abortion notifications (90-21.10) 

Board of dental examiners; judicial powers 

Written work orders of dentists 

Unauthorized practice of dentistry 

Pharmacy practice act 

Possession of schedule II, III, IV 

Possession of Schedule V 

Possession of Schedule VI (when punishable as Class 1 Misd) 

Conviction of 2 or more violations of Art. 5 

Conviction of 2 or more violations of Art. 5 

Licensed practitioners; controlled substances (90-108(b)) 

Toxic vapors act (90-113.13) 

Possession of drug paraphernalia (90-1 13.22(h)) 

Manufacture or delivery of drug paraphernalia (90-1 13.23(c)) 

Unauthorized practice as substance abuse counselor 

Board of examiners in optometry; judicial powers 

Unauthorized practice of optometry 

License of osteopathic physician 

Practice of chiropractic without license 

Nursing practice act (90-171.45) 

Veterinary assistants 

Veterinary assistants; veterinarian permitting 

Unauthorized veterinary practices (90-187.12) 

Practice of podiatry w/out registration 

Licensing and inspection of crematories 

Funeral trust funds (90-210.70(b)) 

Supervision of licensed physician required in selection of blood donors 

Practice of dental hygiene (90-233.1) 

Dispensing opticians; allowing unlicensed person 

Practice of opticianry w/out license 

Practice of physical therapy w/out license or authorization 

Occupational therapy act (90-270.79) 



Misd. 
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STATUTE 

CH 90 Art. 20 
CH 90 Art. 24 
CH 90 Art. 25 
90-452 

CH90AArt. 4 
CH93AArt. 1 
CH93AArt. 4 
93A-81(a) 
93E-l-13(a) 
95-28 
95-47.9(e) 
CH 95 Art. 12 
95-124 
95-139 

95-194(g) 

96-15.2 

96-18(a) 

97-60 

97-76 

97-88.2(a) 

97-88.2(c) 

97-90(t) 

97-94(c) 

102-4 

104E-10.2, 

10.15 or 10.20 
104E-29(c) 
104F-3 
105-33Q) 
105-77 
105-86 
105-88(d) 
105-90 
105-99 
105-109(b) 
105-109(c) 
CH 105 Art. 2A 
105-113.73 
105-113.112 
105-l63.013(d) 



SHORT TITLE 

Nursing home administrator (90-288) 

Registered practicing counselors act (90-341) 

Dietetics/nutrition act (90-366) 

Practice of acupuncture w/out license 

Registrations of sanitarians (90A-66) 

Real estate brokers and salesmen (93A-8) 

Time shares (93A-56) 

Real estate appraisers 

Practice of real estate appraising w/out license or certification 

Working hours of employees in state institutions 

Private personnel services 

Public employees (strikes, trade or labor unions) (95-99) 

Passenger tramway safety 

Occupational safety and health act; violation leads 

to death (has previous violations) 

Emergency information 

Protection of witness before the ESC 

Unemployment insurance division; penalties 

Examination of employees/industries with dust hazards 

Inspection of hazardous employments; refusal to allow inspection 

Misrepresentation to get worker's comp payment 

Threats to prevent filing or unlawful charging 

Worker's comp legal and medical fees 

Worker's comp required 

Damaging, defacing, or destroying monuments 

Radiation protection act (104E-23(a)) 

Confidential information on radiation protection 

Radioactive waste compact 

License taxes 

Tobacco warehouses (105-77(g)) 

Outdoor advertising (105-86(i)) 

Loan agencies or brokers 

Emigrant and employment agents (105-90(c)) 

Wholesale distributors of motor fuels 

Engaging in business without a license; after expiration 

Engaging in business without a license 

Tobacco products tax (105-113.33) 

ABC tax schedule 

Confidentiality of controlled substance tax information 

Qualified investment organization; tax credits; 

filing false application 



Misd. 
Class 



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STATUTE 

105-164.9 

105-236(8) 

105-236(9) 

105-259 

105-290(d)(2) 

105-291 (c)(2) 

105-296(g) 

105-322 (g)(3)b 

105-352(d) 

105-359(e) 

105-368(i) 

105-373(f) 

105-449. 120(a) 

105-449.120(1) 

106-9.2(a) 
106-22(3) 

106-22(5) 

CH 106 Art. 4F 
106-168.15 
106-245.38(a) 
CH 106 Art. 28 
CH 106 Art. 28B 
106-267.4 
106-275 
106-284.20 
106-312 
106-314 
106-316.1 - 
106-316.3 
CH 106 Art. 34 Pi 
CH 106 Art. 34 Pi 
106-360 

106-351-106-363 
106-388-106-397 
106-398 

CH106 
Art. 34 Pt. 10 



SHORT TITLE 

Advertisement to absorb tax 

Taxation penalties; failure to collect 

Taxation penalties; iailure to rile return 

Secrecy required of revenue officials (105-259(c)) 

Appeals to property tax commission 

Powers of revenue department and commission 

Powers and duties of county assessor 

Powers and duties of county board of equalization 

Delivery of tax receipts to tax collector 

Prepayments made before tax receipts delivered 

Procedure for attachment and garnishment 

Settlements of tbe tax collector 

Dispensing motor fuels without a license, failure to pay tax, false 

statements, records and reports 

Dispensing non tax-paid motor fuel into highway vehicle, knowingly 

allowing to be dispensed 

Records & reports required of agriculture fees or taxes 

Joint duties of commissioner and board of agriculture; 

cattle and cattle diseases 

Joint duties of commissioner and board of agriculture; 

insect pests 

Boll weevil eradication act (106-65.78) 

Rendering operations or collecting raw material 

Records and handling of processed eggs 

Records & reports of milk producers & processors (106-266) 

Regulation of milk and cream (106-266.14) 

Representative average sample of cream or milk 

False certification of purebred crop seeds 

Interference with commissioner of agriculture 

Shipping hogs from cholera-infected territory 

Manufacture and use of serum anti-hog-cholera & virus 

Restricting use of virulent hog-cholera virus (106-316.4) 
3Hog cholera (106-321) 
5Animal tuberculosis (106-349) 

Duty of sheriff in tick eradication 

Cattle ticking (106-362) 

Brucellosis (106-397) 

Punishment for sale of animals known to be infected, 

or under quarantine 

Feeding garbage to swine (106-405.9) 



Misd. 
Class 



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STATUTE 

106-405.19 
106-411 

106-414 

CH 106 Art. 35 

106-439 

106-451(c) 

106-451.1 
CH 106 Art. 38A 
106-465 
CH 106 Art. 41 
CH 106 Art. 44 
106-516.1 
106-520.1 - 
106-520.6 
106-549.68(c)(l) 
106-549.68(c)(2) 
106-549.68(c)(4) 
106-579.11 
106-668 
108A-39(a) 
108A-53 

108A-57(b) 
108A-60(a)(l) 

108A-64(a) 
108A-65(a)) 

108A-80 

108A-80 

110-45-110-47 
110-90.2(c) 

113-60.3 

113-167(1)) 
CH 113 Art. 15 



SHORT TITLE 

Equine infectious anemia 

Use of livestock removed from market; 

swine snipped out of state 

Transportation, sale, etc., of diseased livestock 

Public livestock markets (106-417) 

Leasing and licensing of property by superintendent; 

manner of operating warehouse system 

Numbering of cotton bales by public ginneries; 

giving false information 

Purchasers of cotton to keep records of purchases 

Cotton warehouse act (106-451.28) 

Tobacco boards of trade; price fixing prohibited 

Dealers in scrap tobacco (106-469) 

Practices by handlers of fruits (106-501) 

Carnivals and similar amusements not to operate w/o permit 

Supervision of fairs (106-520.7) 

Poultry products inspection act; attend or testify 

Poultry products inspection act; false statement 

Poultry products inspection act; make information public 

Submission of formula to sell antifreeze 

Manufacture and sale of commercial fertilizer; penalties 

Fraudulent misrepresentation of public assistance 

Fraudulent misrepresentation of foster care and 

adoption assistance payments 

Subrogation rights under a medical assistance program 

Protection of patient property under a medical 

assistance program (108A-60(b)) 

Medical assistance recipient fraud; < 400 (108-64(c)(2)) 

Conflicts with state personnel in state medical 

assistance programs (108A-64(b)) 

Recipient check register/nst of all recipients of AFDC 

and state-county special assistance (108A-80(b)) 

Recipient check register/ list of all recipients of AFDC 

and state-county special assistance; political mailing nst (108A-80(c)) 

Control over child care facilities (110-48) 

Falsification by child care provider of information; 

criminal history check 

Entry upon woodlands or water for hunting, fishing or 

trapping/camprire or burning brush, grass or other debris 

Use of planes in commercial fishing 

Commercial fishing; owner of vessel; person in charge of 



Misd. 
Class 



3 

1 



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Misd. 
STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

vessel (113-187(a)(t)&(c)) 

113-202(o) New ana renewal leases for coastal fisheries; false statement 

113-222 Arrest, service of process/witness fees for inspectors 

113-264(h) Damage of wildlife resources commission (WRC) property 

113-266 Interference w/artificial reef marking devices 

113-268(a),(h)or(c) Rotting or injuring nets, seines, tuoys, pots 

(2nd offense; 113-268-(d)) 

113-269(t) or (c) Rotting or injuring hatcheries/aquaculture; <$400 (113-269(e)) 

113-269(d) Destroying or injuring hatcheries aquaculture (113-269(f)) 

113-275(j) Licenses and permits dist. ty WRC 

1 13-276. 2(i) Investigating real interest in permits 

113-277(t) Suspension/revocation of \TRC license 

113-290. 1(a)(2) Criminally negligent minting; no todily disfigurement 

113-290. 1(a)(3) Criminally negligent minting; todily disfigurement 

113-290. 19(a)(4) Criminally negligent hunting; death results 

113-290. 19(d) Criminally negligent hunting; person 

convicted/suspended license 

113-291. 1(c) Manner of taking wildlife animals or wild tirds 

113-291.6 Taking fox ty unlawful trapping/electronic device, or sells, 

possesses, tuys (2nd offense; 113-294(k)) 3 

113-294(a) Unlawfully sells, possesses, tuys wildlife 2 

113-294(t) Unlawfully sells, possesses, tuys deer or wild turkey 2 

113-294(c) Unlawfully takes, possesses, transports, sells any wild turkey 2 

113-294(cl) Unlawfully takes, possesses, transports, sells any tear 1 

113-294(c2) Unlawfully takes, possesses, transports, sells any cougar 1 

113-294(d) Unlawfully takes, possesses, transports, sells any deer 3 

113-294(e) Taking deer one-naif hr. tefore/after sunset w/artificial light 2 

113-294(n) False or misleading statements to secure license 1 

113-294(1) Unlawfully takes, possesses, transports, sells or tuys tald/gold eagle 1 

113-294(m) Unlawfully takes migratory tird w/rifle 2 

113-295(a) Unlawful harassment of persons taking wildlife resources (2nd offense) 1 

113-300. 3(c) Use of poisons and pesticides 3 

113-303 Arrest, service of process and witness fees of protectors 1 

113-307. 1(a) Assent to federal acts w/respect to game and fish 1 

113-315. 9(t) Bond of officer of fishing/seafood agencies 1 

113-378 or 113-379Drilling for oil/gas to register & furnish tond (113-380) 1 

CH 1 13A Art. 10 Outdoor advertising near Blue Ridge Pkwy; penalties (1 13A-170) 1 

CH 1 13B Art. 2 Energy crisis admin. (1 13B-24(t)) 1 

115C-13 Duty to maintain confidentiality of certain records 1 

115C-276(p) Superintendent of putlic instruction requiring teachers and 1 

and principals to make reports 

115C-288(t) Failure to delegate powers as principal 1 



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STATUTE 

115C-307(g) 

115C-317 

115C-323 

115C-379 

115C-383(b) 

115C-447 

CH 119 Art. 2 

CH 119 Art. 2A 

119-16.2 

119-16.3 

119-25 

119-32 

119-33 

119-35 

CH 119 Art. 3 

CH 119 Art. 5 

120-32(3) 

120-32.1(1) 

CH 120 Art. 9A 

CH 121 Art. 3 

122C-65 

122C-66(a) 

124-3 

126-13(1)) 

126-18 

127A-131 

127A-151 

127A-152 

127B-5 

128-4 

128-12 

128-28( q ) 

128-32 

CH 130A 

130A-26A(a) 

130A-55(l6)e 

130A-65 

130A-304(c) 

CH 131C 

131D-6(cl) 

131D-13 



SHORT TITLE 

Failure of teachers to fulfill their responsibilities 

School employees making false reports 

School employee health requirement 

Compulsory school attendance 

Failure of parents to enroll their blind/deaf children 

Audit oi each school admin, unit 

Liquid oils; lubricating oils; greases, etc. (119-13) 

Regulation of refined or reprocessed oil (119-13.3) 

License to possess kerosene 

Certain kerosene sales prohibited 

Inspector for gasoline and oil inspection 

Authority of gasoline and oil inspectors 

Liquid petroleum measuring; possession of device to falsify measure 

Adulteration of liquid motor fuel products 

Gasoline and oil inspection (119-39) 

Liquefied petroleum gases (119-59) 

Legislative services commission 

Rules adopted by the legislative services commission 

Lobbying (120-47.9) 

Salvage of shipwrecks and other underwater archeology (121-28) 

Treatment in a 24-hour mental hlth. facility (122C-65(b)) 

Abuse and exploitation at a mental health facility 

Report of the chief officer of every railroad 

Political activity of state employees defined 

Compensation/assisting person obtaining state employment 

Unlawful conversion or willful destruction of military property 

Organizing military company without authority 

Placing name on muster roll wrongfully 

Military property sales facilities; perjury 

State official receiving compensation of subordinates 

Dir. of the local government commission to report violation 

of public money trust fund laws 

Operation of local government retirement system 

Protection against fraud in county retirement system 

Public health (130A-25(a)) 

Vital statistics 

Corporate powers of sanitary district 

Disconnection of sewer lines 

Confidential information on solid waste management 

Charitable solicitation licensure act (131C-22) 

Certification of adult day care programs 

Local confinement facility failing to furnish 



Misd. 
Class 



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STATUTE 



CH131EArt. 5 
CH 131EArt. 6 
Pt.A 

CH 131EArt. 7 
132-4 
132-5 
133-32(a) 
134A-25 
135-6( P ) 
135-10 
136-18(5) 
136-18(9) 
136-18(10) 
136-18(22) 
136-26 
136-32 
136-32.1 
136-72 
136-80 
136-89 
136-90 
136-93 
136-102.2 & 
136-102.3 
136-102.6 

136-125 

136-135 

136-145 

139-18(j) 

139-27(e) 

143-32 (L) 

CH 143 Art. 1 

143-58. 1(a) 

143-114 

143-129 

143-129.1 

143-143.24 

CH 143 Art. 9B 

CH 143 Art. 9C 

CH 143 Art. 9D 



SHORT TITLE 

information about any local confinement facility 
Hospital licensure act (131E-81(b)) 

Operating a nursing home; under license (131E-109(d)) 

Ambulance services (131E-161) 

Disposition of public records at end of official's term 

Demanding custody of public records 

Girts and favors with regard to public contracts (1 33-32 (b)) 

Aiding escapes from an institution or youth services 

Teachers' and state employees' retirement system 

Fraudulent records of retirement system for teacners 

Powers of department of transportation; violations 

Use of DOT property for commercial use 

Erection of telephone, telegraphic, electric, etc. 

Construction of airport or aircraft landing area 

Injury to highway barriers, warning signs 

Other than official signs prohibited 

Misleading signs prohibited 

Load limits for bridges 

Fastening vessels to bridges 

Safety measures for public ferries 

Obstructing highways and roads 

Openings, structures, pipes, trees, on highways 

Test drilling or boring & records filed therewith (136-102.4) 

Compliance of subdivision streets with minimum 

standards (136-102.6(k)) 

Scenic easements 

Outdoor advertising along the interstate system or primary system 

Junkyard near any interstate or primary highway 

Petition on need for watershed improvement district 

Collection and payment of watershed assessments 

Person expending an appropriation wrongfully 

Executive budget act; penalties (143-34) 

Use of public purchase or contract for private benefit (143-58. 1(c)) 

Trustee, director, officer or employee diverting funds (143-115) 

Procedure for letting of public contracts 

Withdrawal of bid; public agencies 

Manufactured home business without license 

Uniform standard codes for manufactured homes (143-151(b)) 

Code officials qualification board (143-151.18) 

Building code insulation & energy utilization (143-151. 3(b)) 



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Class 



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STATUTE 

CH 143 Art. 68 
143-152 
143-214.2A 
CH 143 Art. 21 

Pt. 6 
143-340(18) 
143-341(8)1.7 

143-345.1 

143-345.2 

143-354(c)(2) 

143-547(f) 

143B-181.20(a) 

143B-181.25 

143B-450.1(d) 

143B-472.6 

143B-472.10 

143B-472.il 

143B-472.12 
143B-472.13 

143B-472.15 

143B-472.19 

143B-499.6 

146-43 

147-9 

147-33.3 

147-76 

147-79 

147-80 

148-45(J) 

153A-148.1(a) 

153A-224 

153A-225 

153A-334 

153A-356 



SHORT TITLE 

State Boxing Commission (143-658(b)) 
Injury to water supply of any public institution 
Prohibited disposal of medical waste (143-214. 2A(c)(l)) 

Floodway; penalties (215-58(a)) 

Powers and duties of secretary of administration; violations 

Powers and duties of dept. of administration; 

state owned motor vehicles 

Use, care, protection, and maintenance of public buildings 

and grounds 

Disorderly conduct in public buildings and grounds 

Powers or the EMC; violations 

Vocational rehabilitation services 

State/regional long-term care ombudsman 

State/regional long-term care ombudsman; interference 

Authority of the energy division to collect data 

Mutual burial association commission; operation w/o authority 

Bylaws of mutual burial association; penalties 

Burial association official to wrongfully induce 

person to change membership 

Person or hurial association official; false and fraudulent entries 

Burial association officials accepting applications w/o 

collecting fee and first assessment 

Free funeral and ambulance, etc. services acting for any 

burial association; failure to make proper assessments, etc. 

Person or burial assoc. official making false or fraudulent 

statement for any benefit from any burial association 

Improper release of information by any person working under 

the supervision of the director of victims & justice services 

Cutting timber on land before obtaining a grant 

Unlawful to pay more than allowance for state mileage 

Orders, rules and regulations of the governor 

Liability for false entries in the books of the treasurer 

Deposits to be secured by treasurer of the state; reports of 

depositories (147-79(c)) 

Deposit in banks other than banks selected by treasurer 

Aiding escape or attempted escape from prison 

Disclosure of tax information (153A-148.1(b)) 

Supervision of local confinement facilities (153A-224(c)) 

Medical care of prisoners (153-225(c)) 

Transferring lots in unapproved subdivisions 

Failure of the county building inspectors to perform duties 



Misd. 
Class 



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153A-357(a) 

153A-361 

153A-363 

153A-367 
153A-371 

156-33 

156-111 
156-112 

156-1 14(e) 
156-132 

159-34(a) 

l60A-80(k) 

l60A-208.1(a) 

160A-375 

160A-388(g) 

160A-416 

160A-4 17(a) 

l60A-421(d) 

160A-423 

160A-427 

160A-431 

l60A-443(4) 

I6l-22(i) 

161-27 

162-55 

163- 152(e) 

163-155 

163-171 

163-173 
163-177 
163-221 
163-236 

l63-237(a) 



SHORT TITLE 

Building permits required to conform with state building code 

Stop orders of Duilding destruction or construction 

Certificates of compliance required once Duilding complete to 

receive a permit 

Removing notice from condemned Duilding 

Failure to comply with order to take corrective action to make 

a Duilding safe 

Duties of board of county commissioner; refusal to comply 

witn their requirements 

Sheriff make monthly settlements with treasurer 

Treasurer make payment on the interest and principal 

of bonds regarding drainage 

Conveyance of land; change in assessment roll 

Failure of drainage commissioner to file annual 

report and canal construction accounts 

Annual independent audit of each local government and public 

authority 

Governing board of a city; 

Disclosure of tax information (l60A-208.1(b)) 

Transferring lots in unapproved subdivisions 

Board of adjustment of zoning 

Failure of building inspection department to perform duties 

Permits for building; compliance w/state building code 

Stop orders with regard to building construction 

Certificates of compliance with building code; prerequisite to 

receiving permit 

Removing notice from condemned building 

Failure to comply with building order of the city council 

Repair, closing, occupation and demolition; order of public officer 

Index of registered instruments (l6l-22(i)) 

Register of deeds failing to discharge duties 

Injury to prisoner by jailer 

Assistance to voters in primaries and general elections 

Aged and disabled persons allowed to vote outside voting enclosure 

Preservation of ballots; locking and sealing ballot boxes; 

signing certificates 

Precinct returns 

Disposition of duplicate voting abstracts 

Persons may not sign name of another to petition (163-221 (c)) 

Violations by chairman of county board of elections 

Certain violations of absentee ballot law; false statement 



Misd. 

Class 



2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
2 
2 



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STATUTE SHORT TITLE Class 

under oath 

l63-237(b) Violations of absentee ballot law; false statement not 2 

under oath 

l63-237(c) Violations of absentee ballot law; fraud 2 

l63-237(d) Violations of absentee ballot law; others 2 

163-269 Violations by corporations making political contribution 2 

163-270 Using funds of insurance companies for political purposes 2 

163-271 Intimidation of voters by officers 2 

l63-273(a) Offenses of voters; interference with voters 2 
163-274 Unlawful action of persons acting in connection with primary 

or election 2 

163-278.13 Limitation on campaign contributions (163-278. 13(f)) 2 
163-278. 13A(d) No fund-raising from lobbyists; general assembly in session 

(1 63-278. 13A(d)) 2 

163-278. 19(a)&(c) Violations of election laws by corporations, business entities, 

labor unions, professional associations, and ins. companies 2 

163-278.20 Disclosure b/f soliciting campaign contrib. (l63-278.20(b)) 2 

163-278.7 Failure to appoint poutical treasurer (163-278.27) 2 
CH 163 Art. 22B Appropriations from the poutical parties financing 

fund (163-278.44) 2 

Common law misdemeanor 1 



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